on a peaceful hill, Blue Heaven is named for its breathtaking
view of the sea and its calm, relaxing ambiance. Tradewinds waft
through the rooms while the sweet and gracious staff relieve guests
of virtually all responsibility.
The grounds are adorned by elegant palm trees, bougainvillea,
hibiscus, ginger lilies, frangipani, bamboo, ferns, lavender and
periwinkle. Velvety soft grass invites barefoot walks around the
On the main floor, wide glass doors and cedar louvres
open to the wrap-around verandah. The perspective is mesmerizing
day and night ... sunrises and sunsets, cruise ships, tropical
lightning shows on the distant horizon, and the twinkling night
lights of the town across Montego Bay.
The pretty living room has extraordinarily comfortable
overstuffed sofas and chairs and a hand-painted armoire which
houses a television and VCR. Adjoining the living room is the
colorful den, also with television and VCR and games cupboard
... an ideal playroom for children. A daybed in the den can accommodate
one extra child. Twin-size air mattresses are available as well.
Just outside the den is a removable gate should parents wish to
control access of children to the pool area.
On the main level are the two downstairs bedrooms
... with walls washed in pastel yellow and blue and connecting
through a shared bathroom. The downstairs connecting bedrooms
are another good feature for parents and small children. While
both bedrooms open to the pool terrace, these doors can be locked
to prevent youngsters from wandering into the pool area without
Upstairs is the bright master bedroom suite, commanding
a stunning view of the tranquil harbor of Montego Bay and the
lush mountains beyond.
Home-cooked meals are served in the dining room
or, most often, on the airy verandah. Of special note are the
skills of Margaret, the cheerful and talented cook, who is more
than willing to prepare individual meals to suit the tastes of
A portable Pack 'n Play cloth and mesh playpen is
available ... recommended for children less than 34" tall,
less than 30 pounds, and unable to climb out.